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Library Update as of January 26, 2016

Collections Recovery efforts continue throughout the 1st and Ground floors. Library staff is working with building, insurance, and state professionals to salvage materials and restore operations as quickly as possible. Requesting Library Materials The Library has instituted a temporary paging (or retrieval) system so that students, faculty and staff can use undamaged materials. While the Ground floor is still off-limits, you are now able to place a hold on

Project MUSE Journals

The Project MUSE Standard Collection offers access to over 350 high quality journals in the humanities and social sciences. The database features full text current and archival journal articles with significant coverage of literature, literary criticism, film studies, performance reviews, dramatic arts, cultural studies, race and ethnicity, religion, human rights, global public health, environment and sustainability, and gender studies. Check out the title list broken down by subject here !

Library Flood Update As of January 21, 2016

As you may be aware, the UTC Library  sustained water damage to its 1st and Ground floors on Monday evening.  Library staff are currently in ‘triage mode’ and still doing initial assessments before developing a full response plan. Here’s the current status of the building and services: Collection Services Print and AV collections, located on 1st and Ground, are unavailable at this time. All new item ordering has been stopped.

2015 Duke University Press Ebooks

UTC Library owns over 200 Duke University Press ebooks from 2015 and 2014. Go to Duke University Press ebooks Duke’s specialty is interdisciplinary subjects in the humanities and social sciences such as area studies, cultural studies, gender studies, art history, and more. A few interesting 2015 titles:

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Worried about the Stock Market’s Recent Downturn?

UTC Library has two resources that provide helpful insight and analysis on specific publicly traded stocks. Standard and Poors’ Net Advantage Type the name of a company in the search box at the top. Then select the correct company name. On the left margin look for the “Research” header and click on “S&P equity research.” Once on the results page, click on the PDF icon to the far right

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